When I saw Paul at the Boston's Fleet Center in 2002, and he did his little tributes to George (who had died the previous November), and John, it was probably the most moving experience I had ever felt at a rock concert. I was thinking that "Side Four" could expand on this. Since this could be seen as one of McCartney's final statements, I'm sure he'd like to say "Farewell" to those who were closest to him.
19. TRY NOT TO CRY
One of the few McCartney originals from 1999's oldies collection, Run Devil Run. Since this was Paul's first album since Linda's death, one cannot help but attribute this song to the love of his life. A good introduction to this portion of the show.
20. MY LOVE
A massive 1973 hit with Wings. There are plenty of songs Paul has written about the lovely Linda, but I think this one would work best here.
21. LITTLE WILLOW
This song was written in memory of Ringo Starr's first wife, Maureen. She was a regular at the Cavern Club back in the Fabs' early days. Ringo and Maureen were married in 1965, had three children (including The Who's drummer, Zak Starkey), and divorced in 1975. See the liner notes on Flaming Pie for more information (Maureen was only identified as "a dear friend" at the time). She died at the end of 1994. One last time to say, "Thanks, Mo !"
22. THE SONGS WE WERE SINGING / TUG OF WAR
Now is the time to say "Goodbye" to fellow Fabs that are no longer with us. Although both of these tracks seem to be nostalgic odes to John, either of these songs would suffice as introductions to tributes for Spike Wilbury and Dr. Winston O'Boogie. Again, Macca could alternate between these two songs throughout the tour.
23. ALL THINGS MUST PASS (or any of George's other songs)
Technically not a song released by The Fabs, even though they rehearsed it in January 1969 for the Get Back / Let It Be sessions. Macca did perform it in concert after Harrison's death, including 2002's Concert For George. Any other Harrisongs that Paul decided to cover would be an especially touching tribute. Wouldn't it be great to hear Paul sing "Give Me Love" or "Love Comes To Everyone"? He could also cover George's Grammy-winning instrumental, "Marwa Blues", which Macca chose for a magazine compilation CD a few years back.
24. HERE TODAY
Paul's tribute to John, which had more or less become a concert staple since 2002. The perfect end for this section.